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Nvidia Quadro K6000 any good for Premier in 2020? Please only talk about the K6000. no other cards

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Hello, I will appreciate your comments on the Nvidia Quadro K6000. Please do not mention alternate cards as options. Only comments about the Quadro K6000

 

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Sorry, I was a little off on my last statement. The K6000, being based on a second-gen Kepler GK110 chip, is still supported in the 45x.xx Quadro drivers - but in a depreciated state. And because Adobe's hardware acceleration now requires feature support that doesn't exist in the K6000, you will not get much, if any, GPU acceleration from the K6000 in either of the two newest to date versions of Premiere Pro.

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Nvidia Quadro K6000 any good for Premier in 2020? Please only talk about the K6000. no other cards

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Hello, I will appreciate your comments on the Nvidia Quadro K6000. Please do not mention alternate cards as options. Only comments about the Quadro K6000

 

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Sorry, I was a little off on my last statement. The K6000, being based on a second-gen Kepler GK110 chip, is still supported in the 45x.xx Quadro drivers - but in a depreciated state. And because Adobe's hardware acceleration now requires feature support that doesn't exist in the K6000, you will not get much, if any, GPU acceleration from the K6000 in either of the two newest to date versions of Premiere Pro.

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Sorry. The K6000 is now no longer supported for CUDA anymore in any of the newer drivers for that GPU. Worse, Premiere Pro (beginning with version 14.3.2) now requires a much newer driver version than is last supported by any first-generation Kepler GPUs just to even be supported at all. As a result, Premiere Pro will run with absolutely no GPU acceleration at all whatsoever (that is, the GPU will not be utilized at all during renders).

 

In other words, Premiere Pro will run with that GPU in the very same way as if you never had a supported discrete GPU at all.

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Sorry, I was a little off on my last statement. The K6000, being based on a second-gen Kepler GK110 chip, is still supported in the 45x.xx Quadro drivers - but in a depreciated state. And because Adobe's hardware acceleration now requires feature support that doesn't exist in the K6000, you will not get much, if any, GPU acceleration from the K6000 in either of the two newest to date versions of Premiere Pro.

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I realize this is for your existing card, and RJL answers that part completely. I'll talk about the Quadro in general.

 

I'm also a "contributing author" on a pro colorist's subscription website. Colorists used to use Quadro cards like crazy, some multiple in one machine. But I don't know any colorist that uses a Quadro anymore. The 1080Ti's started replacing them, and the 2000 series Ti units completely replaced them.

 

And I have no understanding why going forward any video pro would get a Quadro. The Titans are the high-power rig for video now, if you need something more than the standard RTX cards. But the RTX cards can do things only the Quadro cards could before.

 

Neil

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